Seeking justice in court should be through the correct preparation and filing of a claim, collection and presentation of evidence, support for the execution of the decision. If an ordinary citizen does not have the necessary skills to professionally provide all the necessary actions, then representation should be used.
It is not easy to achieve justice in a civil court; usually, for the professional conduct of a case, certain knowledge of procedural law is required, as well as in the legal branch that reflects the essence of the case in question. At the first stage, you will need to correctly draw up a statement of claim to the court, attach all the necessary documents to it. Requirements for the application form, its content, and attached documents are contained in the Civil Procedure Code of the Russian Federation. After drawing up, the application is submitted or sent to the appropriate court (usually this court is located at the place of residence of the defendant). It is necessary to submit documents in such a number of copies that they can be sent to all participants in the case (the defendant, third parties).
How to behave in the process of considering a case?
If the first stage is passed successfully, then the court accepts the statement of claim for production, appoints the date of the preliminary court session. The plaintiff receives a summons about the need to appear at the specified meeting, and before the very appearance it is recommended to carefully read the case, clearly formulate their own requirements, substantiate them with references to the rule of law. The order of conduct in the process is also regulated by the norms of civil procedural legislation, but it is not of decisive importance, since judges are usually loyal to the participants in the process, who are not professional lawyers. If the requirements are clearly formulated, all the necessary evidence is presented (the court may additionally request some of them), then the likelihood of a positive decision increases sharply.
What to do after a court decision is made?
Many plaintiffs, who have achieved a fair court decision, naively believe that the case is completed at this point, and the defendant will voluntarily and immediately pay the required amount or take other actions prescribed by the judicial act. This happens only in rare cases, so usually the plaintiff has to wait for the entry of the court decision into legal force, and then apply to the same judicial authority for the issuance of a writ of execution. The specified document is presented to the bailiffs, who, according to the law, must ensure its prompt execution. The stage of enforcement proceedings can also be delayed, since the defendants often hide, hide their own property, and in other ways prevent the execution of the decision.